On the cover, Stewart poses in a delicious Proenza Schouler ensemble with her trademark angsty, come-hither stare. Her inside shots are softer, yet she still manages to look more miserable than a girl who just made $25 million for the past two "Twilight" films has any right to.
"She looks prettier and more Vogue than I thought she would, but I still think her cover is angsty as hell," says Fashionista senior editor Leah Chernikoff. "The lighter hair really softens her though."
In the interview, Stewart complains about not being able to have a normal life because of her high profile.
"There's no way to eloquently put this," she says. "I just can't go to the mall. It bothers me that I can't be outside very often. And also to not ever be just 'some girl' again. Just being some chick at some place, that's gone.'"
Maybe we should cut the kid a break. She does tell the magazine that she is hoping to give back a portion of her immense salary to do something good for others in the form of launching halfway houses.
"Anytime I hear that somebody's really rich, the first question is 'Do you do anything with it? Or do you, like, chill? You just sit on it?'" Stewart says of her plan to launch a network of the shelters, inspired in part by her research for a role connected to the sex trade. "That would be amazing," she says. "Right now it's the thing I feel most connected to."
For more of Stewart's interview and outtakes from her photos shoot go to Vogue.com.